L100. Richy Werenski:

Werenski was born in Springfield, Massachusetts and competed in faculty golf at Georgia Technical School. He won the 2012 Porter Cup and soon turned professional. He won two professional events in 2014 and earned his 2015 Web.com Tour card through qualifying school. He won his first - and only - Tour at the 2016 BMW Charity Pro-Am. On the PGA Tour in 2017, he had a solid rookie year with three top-10s. He made the 2017 FedEx Cup Playoffs and finished the season 106th in points to retain his card for 2018. On August 2, 2020, he won the PGA Tour's opposite field event - the win making Werenski one of the last entrants into the 2020 PGA Championship

99. Emiliano Grillo:

Emiliano Grillo (born 14 September 1992) is an Argentine professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. He won the 2015 Frys.com Open on the PGA Tour and turned professional in 2011. He completed 94th in the 2012 European Tour Order of Merit and 89th in 2013. He had his best finish to date on the European Tour In February 2014, and won the Visa Open de Argentina on PGA Tour Latino America. During his eighth career PGA Tour event in 2016 he won the season-opening Frys.com and moved up to 36th in the Official World Golf Ranking and voted 2016 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year.

98. Peter Malnati 

Peter Malnati (born June 13, 1987) is an American professional golfer, played on both the PGA Tour and Web.com Tour and turned professional in 2009. In 2013 at the News Sentinel Open season he won his seventh tournament and finished 18th on Web.com Tour regular-season money list to earn his 2014 PGA Tour card. In November 2015, he shot a five-under round of 67 at Sanderson Farms Championship and earned his victory over a crowded leaderboard. This win earned Malnati an exemption on the PGA Tour through the end of the 2018 season.

97. Harold Varner III:

Harold Varner III (born August 15, 1990) is an American professional golfer.  He was the first player in school history to be Conference USA player of the year at East Carolina University. He played on the Golf Tour and Florida Tour before playing on the Web.com Tour. In 2013 he qualified for the U.S. Open, but missed the cut. Varner started playing on the Web.com Tour in 2014, and end up with two top-10 finishes. In 2015-2016, He became the third black man to win on the European Tour. In May 2019 He played in the final group and finish tied for 36 in windy condition by 81 shot. In April 2021, Varner noted his best finish to date on the PGA Tour.

96. Wyndham Clark 

Wyndham Clark (born December 9, 1993) is an American professional golfer and currently playing in the PGA Tour. In 2017 Clark completed a tie for 23rd at Web.com Tour by qualifying his card for the 2018 season. He ended 24 starts that season with four top-10 finishes. He qualified for the PGA Tour for the 2018–19 seasons, by finishing 16th on the tour money list. At the Honda Classic in March 2019, he had his best finish of his PGA Tour career, where he exited into the final round with the topmost before falling back to seventh place.

95. Lucas Hendley Glover 

Lucas Hendley Glover (born November 12, 1979) is an American professional golfer who currently plays on the PGA Tour. He has ups and downs during his career. He joined Golf in 2004, with 30 starts and 17 made cuts finished 134th on the money list at that season. In 2006, Glover had nine top 10 finishes and earned over $2.5 million. In 2007, he fell back a bit, but manage to stand 35th in the FedEx Cup standings. In 2008, he earned his second career victory and first major and was able to finish in 17th in the FedEx Cup standings. In 2010-2011 he slipped back again, but makes his finishing 74th and 45th in the FedEx Cup standings at that season. Last season was much better for Glover. For the first time since 2009 after registering seven top 10s. The 2020 season has been like his career in a nutshell.

94. Charles Gordon Howell III 

Charles Gordon Howell III (born June 20, 1979) is an American professional golfer who presently plays on the PGA Tour. He has been included in the top 15 of the Official World Golf Ranking and ranked 9th on the PGA Tour money list in 2002. He had played in for 25-to-30 contests a season, played well and collected a nice check in and clocked out. His career can be called as steady, with a T53 finish at the WGC-Mexico Championship for $39,100; Howell crossed the $1 million for the 2019-20 seasons.

93. Michael Hayes Thompson

Michael Hayes Thompson (born April 16, 1985) is an American professional golfer. He ended a seven-year victory famine on the PGA Tour when he won the 2020 3M Open. Now, he returns to the Masters Tournament for the third time in his career, the first since 2013. Michael 35 was a qualifier at the 2007 U.S. Inexpert, which earned him quays in the following year in the U.S. Open, where he completed T28 and was the low unprofessional, and then Masters. In 2012, He finished T2 at the U.S. Open. He now resides in Sea Island, Ga.

92. James Robert Herman

 James Robert Herman (born November 5, 1977) is an American professional golfer. He started his professional career by playing golf at the University of Cincinnati in 2000. He earns his recent title at the 2020 Wyndham Championship with a closing round of 61-63. This victory brings him to his second Masters Tournament. James, 43, symbols his golf ball on the green with a gold coin. When he made his first Masters appearance in 2016, he used a coin featuring a National member. He’s tested Covid positive and recently not appearing in games. Wishing him get well soon.

91. Kang Sung 

Kang Sung (born 4 June 1987), is a South Korean professional golfer who plays PGA Tour and won the 2019 AT&T Byron Nelson, his first win on the PGA Tour. Kang professionally joined Korean golf tour in 2007. In 2009 - 2010 Kang gained international appearance and won his first Korean Tour event. He won his first PGA Tour victory in his 159th start In May 2019; He coordinated the course record with a 10-under 61 in the second round, and matched the tournament record with a 23-fewer than 261 totals.

90. Brandt Newell Snedeker 

Brandt Newell Snedeker (born December 8, 1980) an American golfer. He won a season ending victory in 2012 at East Lake Golf Club. After this victory, he ranked in the top ten of the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time in his career. In February 2013, after winning the National Pro-Am, he ranked high of number four in the world. On August 16, 2018, he shot the tenth sub-60 round in the history of the PGA Tour, shooting an initial round 59 at the Wyndham Championship.

89. Zachary Harris Johnson

Zachary Harris Johnson (born February 24, 1976) an American professional golfer.  He began his career by playing on different golf tours. In 2001 he won three season hooters tour. In 2004 for the first time he won PGA tour held at BellSouth classic.in2006 he stand at 6th and 9th position for American Ryder Cup team. ?? ??rt?????t?d in ???t?r? ??urn?m?nt on ?pr?l 8, 2007, ?nd w?n the ?r?m?r? title for the f?r?t t?m? and ranked at 15th from 56th.Fr?m h?? f?r?t t?urn?m?nt t?ll now, he had won 12 ?G? tours.

88. Cameron Joseph Tringale

 Cameron Joseph Tringale (born August 24, 1987) an American golfer. Tringale was a three-time NCAA All-American at Georgia Tech. He stands 4th in 2012 at Farmers Insurance Open, 7th at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans and 8th at the Shell Houston Open. His top result was in 2013 by standing third at the Tampa Bay Championship., he finished 4th at the Houston Open and Greenbrier Classic in 2014 PGA season. He formerly finished T33.  During the games, he secured for second at The Barclays. At the 2015 Zurich Classic of New Orleans. He was runner-up.

87. Phil Mickelson

Phil Mickelson an American professional golfer has secured more than 40 PGA tournaments, his Masters win in 2004 marking the first of his five major titles. His first title as a professional came in 1993 at Torrey Pines tournament, In May 2021he made history be accomplishing the PGA Championship at age 50, and becoming the eldest winner of a major golf championship ever.

86. Brendan Dean Steele 

Brendan Dean Steele (April 5, 1983) an American professional golfer who currently plays on the Tour. He started his career in 2005 by playing at the Golden State Tour in California, winning four times. He played in 2006 and 2007 Canadian Tour, where his best appearance was second at the 2006 TELUS Edmonton Open. He began playing on the Nationwide Tour in 2008, and won the final event of the season in 2010, at Daniel Island. This win moved him from 13th to 6th on the money list and earned him a PGA Tour card for the 2011 season.

85. Josef "Sepp" Straka

 Josef "Sepp" Straka (1 May 1993) an Austrian golfer turned professional after completing tournaments on the 2016 at PGA Tour Canada. He qualified in Web.com Tour season 2007. He secured his first professional victory by winning the Web.com Tour's KC Golf Classic by one stroke. His best finish was a 3rd place at Barbasol Championship 2009, also played in his first career major championship at the 2019 U.S. Open. He competed in the Men's individual event at the 2020 Summer Olympics, finishing tied-10th overall.

84. Keegan Hansen Bradley 

Keegan Hansen Bradley (June 7, 1986) is an American golfer. He strives on the PGA Tour and had won four tours most remarkably the 2011 PGA Championship. He is one of six golfers to win in his major debut. He earned the 2011 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year title and has briefly made himself in the top ten of the Official World Golf Ranking. In 2012 season, he finished 10th on the PGA Tour's money list. In 2019, he shot -13 for the week at the Travelers Championship and ended game by standing second.

83. Mark Hubbard 

Mark Hubbard (May 24, 1989) is an American golfer and turned professional in 2012. He is the best social media influencer handle a twitter account @HomelessHubbs and is best in golf short games. He ranked 12th/20 in three putting games in last season. He had a better season in 2016, by ranking 115th in the FedEx Cup, maintaining his card. In 2017 he finished 184th in the standings and lost his card but in 2019, he maintains to earned his first win for the Web.com Tour.

82. Stewart Ernest Cink 

Stewart Ernest Cink (born May 21, 1973) is an American golfer. He won the 2009 Open Championship. He maintained to keep himself at top 10 of the Official World Golf Ranking from 2004 to 2009, and reaching a career best ranking of 5th in 2021. He won the RBC Heritage thrice. He became the fourth player to win twice in the same PGA Tour season. He ended an 11-year winless famine with his victory at the Safeway Open in September, which guarantees PGA Tour status until he becomes PGA Tour Champions-eligible in May 2023.

81. Aaron Wise 

Aaron Wise (June 21, 1996) is an American golfer played on the PGA Tour. In 2018 he earned his inaugural win and was named the 2018 Rookie of the Year. In May 2018 at age of 21, he gained his first PGA Tour win at Texas, was his 18th start as a member of the tour. He shot a final round 65 /265 in Dallas, three strokes. This win leads him from 99th to best 66th in the top golf world rankings.

80. John Maxwell Homa 

John Maxwell Homa (November 19, 1990) is an American golfer plays on the PGA Tour. He is also a social media influencer. In his college, he won the individual 2013 Golf Championship. He had won the 2019 Fargo Championship, the 2021 Genesis Invitational and the 2021 Fortinet Championship. His final round of 2020 was impressive and he received $1.422 million for his win

79. Charley Lindley Hoffman 

Charley Lindley Hoffman (December 27, 1976) is an American golfer. He finished with a level par round of 72, which left him, entering the final round and he finished with a closing round of 78 in the final round to finish T-22. Hoffman was named a captain's pick. After losing by a fraction of a point. He reached a career high world ranking of 20th in 2017.He earned $212,322 on the year.

78. Robert Streb 

Robert Streb (April 7, 1987) is an American golfer he has been a member of PGA Tour since 2013, was born in Chickasha, Oklahoma. He earned All-American at Kansas State University He graduated in 2009 and turned professional in 2010. He is only one as a user of the ten-finger grip, which is uncommon on the PGA Tour. He won in a playoff In November 2020, over Kevin at the RSM Classic, by standing second PGA Tour victory and his first in six year’s victory.

77. Tom Hoge 

Tom Hoge (May 25, 1989) is an American golfer. After graduating from college turned professional in 2011. He started playing and won the 2011 Canadian Tour Players Cup, played for Web.com Tour from 2012 to 2014 and on PGA Tour since 2015. His best finishes were a pair second-place on the Web.com finishes at the 2013. He played on the PGA Tour since 2015 and held the lead at the 2015 Wyndham Championship. His first 54-hole lead was at the 2018 where he climbed from second and eventually finished in third place.

76. Danny Willett
Age: 33 / OWGR: 67 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 162nd

Danny Willett (3 October 1987) is an English golfer. He won his 1st major championship in 2016 master tournaments and became 2nd Englishman to win at Augusta National He won the English Amateur Championship in 2007 in the 2007 competed Walker Cup at Royal County Down. In March 2008 he ranked as number 1 amateur in the world. Beside the first major win at the Masters, 2016 proved to be the most successful season for Willett.  In October2021, he won the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship by two shots ahead.

75. Martin Laird
Age: 38 / OWGR: 85 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 12th

Martin Laird (born 29 December 1982) is a Scottish golfer, won four PGA Tour events in his career, most recently the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in 2020. He turned professional after college and won his second professional tournament in 2004 by winning $12,000. He qualified for the final stage of the PGA Tour at the end of 2004. He concentrated full-time on the Nationwide Tour In 2005. Got success with a best position of tied 18th and earnings of $18,488 placed him 156th in the Nationwide Tour's money list.

74. Henrik Stenson
Age: 44 / OWGR: 65 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 131st

Henrik Stenson (born 5 April 1976) is a Swedish golfer, played both PGA and European Tours. He is the first male Swedish to won the 2016 Open Championship with a record score of 264. His list of wins also includes some of the other most prestigious tournaments around the world. He has spent a two time golfer of the year over 300 weeks ranked in the top ten of the Official World Golf in Ranking and second best by any male Swedish golfer. In 2013, he won the U.S. PGA Tour's FedEx Cup and the European Tour's Race, thus becoming the first player to win both season finale and tour.

73. Andrew Landry
Age: 33 / OWGR: 105th / ’21 FedEx Cup: 78th

Andrew Landry (born August 7, 1987) is an American golfer/ He won The American Express in 2020 this was his second PGA Tour victory. He qualified for his first major, the 2016 U.S. Open, through local qualifying in Durham, North Carolina. He proved himself twice as he can close the deal, giving him as many tour victories as Tony Finau, Scottie Scheffler, Tommy Fleetwood, Louis Oosthuizen and Abraham Ancer, combined.

72. Matt Wallace
Age: 30 / OWGR: 50 / ’21 FedEx Cup: NA

Matthew Wallace (born 12 April 1990) is an English golfer recently playing on the European Tour. He became professional in 2016 by acquired six tournaments the Order of Merit. This victorymake him to join the Challenge Tour in 2017. In April 2021, Wallace recorded his joint-best finish after 54 holes where he went on to finish 111th in the FedEx Cup standings. He ended his 2021–22 PGA Tour season with a ranking of 14th place at the Shriners Children's Open in October 2021.

71. Francesco Molinari
Age: 38 / OWGR: 112 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 152nd

Francesco Molinari (8 November 1982) is an Italian golfer. He won Open Championship in 2018 as an Italian golfer and during his European tour in 2019 he had his fifth win and had a successful season, also it was his first PGA tour win. The end result of the season was 5 points out of five. Since 2008, he has been among the top 100 golfers in the world rankings. In 2009 he won Omega Mission Hills World Cup along with his brother Edorado, which coincidently was Italy’s only win in the event. He also won WGC-HSBC Champions in 2010 and also represented Europe, winning three Ryder Cups in year 2010, 2012 and 2018.

70. Alex Noren
Age: 38 / OWGR: 94 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 88th

Alexander Norén (12 July 1982) is a Swedish golfer. He had won ten tournaments on the European Tour and was a member of the Ryder Cup team in 2018.Norénstarted his professional career at the end of 2005 and reached in the final stage of the European Tour qualifying school. He claimed his maiden professional victory at Rolex Trophy in his rookie and ended up at 3rd place on Challenge Tour Rankings at the end of year. This made him graduate to Elite European Tour for 2007. On European Tour in September 2009 he won his first title at the Omega European Masters. Here he finished at 20 under par and won by two strokes over Bradley Dredge. In this season, he ranked at the 25th place on the race to Dubai.

69 Si-Woo Kim
Age: 25 / OWGR: 95 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 72nd

Kim Si-woo (born 28 June 1995), is a South Korean golfer. He started his career in 2017 by playing at Players Championship and become the youngest ever winner at age 21. When he finished tied for 20th at the 2012 PGA Tour He was only 17 years at the time, the youngest player he Ranked 73rd in the world prior golf championship ,he sudden lost in a playoff at the 2018 RBC Heritage in April. In January 2021, he won The American Express in, California. Kim shot a final round 8-under 64 to win by one stroke and claim his third PGA Tour title. In August later that year, Kim tied for the lead with five other players after 72 holes

68. Shane Lowry
Age: 33 / OWGR: 33 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 86th

Shane Lowry (2 April 1987) is an Irish golfer. His extraordinary achievements include winning the 2019 Open Championship, the Irish Open as an amateur in 2009, and the 2015 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. He played a lot America in 2020 (17 starts) but mostly out of convenience after deciding to come over for the COVID restart. He played on the European team in Ryder Cup In September 2021. The U.S. team won 19/9 and Lowry went 1–2–0 and lost his singles match against Patrick Cantlay.

67. Talor Gooch
Age: 29 / OWGR: 81st / ’21 FedEx Cup: 36th

Gooch was born in Oklahoma and started career by playing college golf at Oklahoma State University. In 2025-2016 he played on the PGA Tour Canada and get his best ending there as was second at the 2015 Syncrude Boreal Open.in 2017 he played for web.com and won the News Sentinel Open. On the regular season money list he earned 6th PGA tour card for 2018. He finished 139th on the FedEx Cup points list to retain conditional status for 2019. He had two top-5 finishes early in the 2019 season

66. Jordan Spieth
Age: 27 / OWGR: 82 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 166th

Jordan Spieth (July 27, 1993) is an American golfer. He is a three-time major winner and the 2015 FedEx Cup champion. His first major win came in the 2015 Masters Tournament a 270 (-18) where he earned $1.8 million. In 1997 by tiding 72 holes record he became the second youngest golfer to win the Masters. In the 2015 U.S. Open he won with a score of 5-under-par. He followed up with a win in the 2015 which settled the 2015 FedEx Cup. He won his third major at the 2017 Open Championship, by three shots at 12 under par two years later,

65. Adam Hadwin
Age: 33 / OWGR: 78 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 151st

Adam Hadwin (November 1987) is a Canadian golfer, turned professional shortly after leaving college in 2009. His first professional win came at the Ledge view Open on (VGT). He went on to win a total of four VGT events in 2009, including the Golden Ear's Open, asserting himself against the top professionals in Western Canada. He won a 2009 Gateway Tour Winter Series Sponsorship event. In December 2019, he played on the International team at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia and makes a victory there.

64. Matt Kuchar
Age: 42 / OWGR: 37 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 161st

Matthew Kuchar (born June 21, 1978) is an American golfer, who played both on the PGA Tour and Nationwide Tour. He is the only who has won nine times on the PGA Tour.  He invigorated himself and built a new, victory from 2008 onward by leading to improved results. He was money winner in the PGA Tour's at 2010. He ended the 2018–19 seasons as the highest-earning PGA Tour player without a major championship win, with career earnings of over $50 million. The closest he has come was his second-place finish in the 2017 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale Golf Club.

63.Brian Harman
Age: 33 / OWGR: 91 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 57th

Brian Harman (January 19, 1987) is an American golfer. He is one of the few ambidextrous players on tour. He played at Erin Hills in 2017 held the 54-hole lead at the U.S. Open. By playing the first time he had played in the final group of a major during the final round, He entered the final round one stroke clear of three players, at 12 under par. He finished in a tie for second place four strokes, following a final round 72.

62. J.T. Poston
Age: 27 / OWGR: 72 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 44th

James Tyree Poston (June 1, 1993) is an American golfer. He started his career in 2016 with no status on any tour, but any how he manages to qualify for the United Leasing Championship on the Web.com Tour and finishes as T23. His first finish lead him an entry into the Rex Hospital Open, where he earned third Special Temporary Member status for the season.in 2017 Five more top 15s, including two second-place finishes, resulted him in finishing 10th on the regular-season money list. He earned his 1st professional victory in 2019 by winning the Wyndham Championship, after shooting an 8-under 62 in the final round and He became the first player since 1974 to win a PGA Tour event while going bogey-free.

61.  Dylan Frittelli
Age: 30 / OWGR: 68th / ‘21 FedEx Cup: 59th

Dylan Frittelli (5 June 1990) is a South African golfer and currently plays on the PGA Tour where he won the John Deere Classic in 2019. He played for the European Tour where he won twice in 2017. He started his professional career after the 2012 NCAA Championship and played on the European Tour via sponsor’s exemptions for the rest of the year. He started 2013 with a second-place finish in the Telkom PGA Championship. He played most of the year on the Challenge Tour, winning his first tour event at the Kärnten Golf Open in June.

60. Chez Reavie
Age: 39 / OWGR: 56 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 70th

William Chesney Reavie (November 12, 1981) is an American golfer, born in Wichita, Kansas. He played college golf at Arizona State University, and start playing on the Nationwide Tour from 2005 through 2007, where he won once .He finished 18th on the money list on the Nationwide Tour in by earning his PGA Tour card in 2017.On June 23, 2019,he captured his second PGA Tour win by, ending a near eleven-year drought. He was ranked 26th in the Official World Golf Ranking, the highest ranking of his career.

59. Byeong Hun An
Age: 29 / OWGR: 75 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 178th

An Byeong hun (17 September 1991), is a golfer from South Korea. He became the youngest-ever winner of the U.S. Amateur In August 2009 and turned professional in 2011 and qualified a spot of three stages of qualifying school. He played the Zurich Classic of New Orleans on an exemption in 2016, and lost a playoff at the first hole. In 2016, he earned enough money as a non-member to gain a PGA Tour card for 2016–17.He played on the International team at the 2019 Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne Golf Club and lost his Sunday singles match against Webb Simpson

58. Ian Poulter
Age: 44 / OWGR: 48 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 107th

Ian James Poulter (10 January 1976) is an English golfer and also a member of the world's top two professional golf tours, the U.S.-based PGA Tour and the European Tour. He has previously been ranked as high as number 5 in the world rankings. The highpoints of his career to date have been his two World Golf Championship wins at the 2010 and the 2012 WGC-HSBC Champions. He is the on tour professional for Woburn Golf and Country Club.

57. Rickie Fowler
Age: 32 / OWGR: 53 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 135th

Rick Yutaka Fowler (December 13, 1988) is an American golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. He ranked as number one amateur golfer in the world for 36 weeks in 2007 and 2008. he reached a career high fourth in the Official World Golf Ranking On January 24, 2016 following his victory in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.

56. Kevin Streelman
Age: 42 / OWGR: 52 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 50

Kevin Streelman (November 4, 1978) is an American Golfer. He turned professional in 2001by playing golf with fellow PGA Tour member Leif Olson at Duke. His first year PGA Tour was in 2008, he landed four top-10 finishes and a 35th place finish in the FedEx Cup and has kept his place through 2014. In 2008 he tied for the lead of the U.S. Open, and managed to rank as the top 100 of the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time in March 2009. He made his 1st victory at Tampa Bay Championship in 2013 and 2nd at Travelers Championship with one stroke ahead and set a PGA record by closing his final round with seven birdies in June 2014. He currently resides in Scottsdale, Arizona wife his wife, daughter and son.

55. Bubba Watson
Age: 42 / OWGR: 44th / ‘21 FedEx Cup: 49th

Gerry Lester "Bubba" Watson (November 5, 1978) is an American golfer; He is a self-taught professional golf player who is a 12-time winner of PGA Tour Champion. He turned professional in 2002 by joining the Nationwide Tour where he played until 2005 and finishes as 21st on this Tour's money list in 2005. He reached a career-high 2nd place in the Official World Golf Ranking in 2015. He is a committed Christian and do have a strong believer of faith in his life. He is a famous golfer, but he feels the most loved when he gives back to his community and helps other.

54. Gary Woodland
Age: 36 / OWGR: 39 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 223rd

Gary Woodland (May 21, 1984) is an American golfer. He started his career by playing golf at college level and turned a professional in 2007 in nationwide tour. He completed PGA tour with four wins in 2009. He won his 1st major and 6th professional victory in U.S open in 2019. He Listed basketball as his favorite hobby, he is inspired by his father in his life and would most probably like to play a round of golf with tiger woods.

53. Doc Redman
Age: 23 / OWGR: 89 / ‘21 FedEx Cup: 41st

Doc Hudspeth Redman (December 27, 1997) is an American golfer, he starts his professional career in 2018 by playing at Memorial Tournament. In 2018 U.S Open championship he earned his U.S. Amateur win. In June 2019, He shot a 62 for the Rocket Mortgage Classic and earned $788,400 with an entry opportunity into the 2019 Open Championship and Special Temporary Membership on the PGA Tour for the rest of the season. He played in only six PGA events during the 2018–19 seasons. In 2020, he qualified for the FedEx Cup Playoffs, where he ranked number 71. Redman tied for third in the Safeway Open in 2021.

52. Erik van Rooyen
Age: 30 / OWGR: 51 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 122nd

Erik van Rooyen (21 February 1990) is a South African golfer. He attended the University of Minnesota, where he graduate and turn professional player of golf in 2013. He is currently playing on the European Tour and the PGA Tour. On PGA Tour in 2019 he won the Scandinavian Invitation and the 2021 Championship, by these wins he break inside the top 50 in the World Rankings. He played 2020/2021 seasons and has earned his first PGA victory in August 2021 at Barracuda Championship after shooting a record breaking score of 50 points. He loves the outdoors and spending time with his wife and family on weeks off.

51. Lee Westwood
Age: 47 / OWGR: 36 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 123rd

Lee John Westwood (24 April 1973) is an English golfer. He is Famous for his constancy of winning tournament on five continents – Europe, North America, Asia, Africa and Oceania and also for securing tournaments in four decades, i.e. 1990s, 2000s, 2010s and 2020s.He renamed 2009 and 2020 Race to Dubai by winning the 2000 European Tour Order of Merit. Without a major championship victory he has frequently been mentioned as one of the best golfers. He became world’s number one golfer in October 2010 and keeps this position for a total of 22 weeks.

50. Tiger Woods
Age: 45 / OWGR: 41 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 189th

Eldrick Tont Woods (December 30, 1975) is an American golfer. He established an amazing career in 1997 and became the youngest man, the first African American to win the U.S. Masters. He stands first for PGA tour and holds several golf records. He is well known as one of greatest golfer all the time and was elected to World Golf Hall of Fame. With his victory at the 2019 Masters, he maintained his first major title in nearly 11 years, and he went on to equally finish Sam Snead's career record of 82 PGA Tour and wins later that year.

49.  Harry Higgs
Age: 29 / OWGR: 121st / ‘21 FedEx Cup: 29th

Harry Higgs (December 4, 1991) is an American golfer. In 2015&2018 he played for the PGA Tour and earned great victory in 2018 at Diners Club Peru Open. In 2019 he won the Price Cutter Charity Championship and this victory lead him to stand at 5th position and earned him a tour card for 2019-2020 PGA Tour. In November 2019 he stands 2nd at Bermuda championship and 2nd at Safeway open in 2020. His major PGA tournament was held at Kiawah Island Golf Resort in May 2021 where he stands fourth. This position enters him into the field for the 2022 Masters Tournament.

48. Joel Dahmen
Age: 33 / OWGR: 64 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 79th

Joel Dahmen (November 11, 1987) is an American golfer. He started his professional career in 2010 by playing PGA tour Canada but he couldn’t get much succeeded but in 2014 he won twice and gains his web.com tour card for 2015. He made a cut in 12of 25 events on web.com tour in 2015 ending up tree top 10 finishes but failed to earn a PGA Tour card. Finally he got his PGA tour card in 2017 by standing 25th in money list and earned $975. He ranked 176 in FedEx Cup with his best finishes being a T9 in 2016-17. By standing 24th in Web.com he regained his PGA Tour card for 2017-18 seasons. In March 2021, he won his first PGA Tour title in the Dominican Republic.

47. Kevin Na
Age: 37 / OWGR: 38 / ‘21 FedEx Cup: 103rd

Kevin Sangwook Na (September 15, 1983) is a Korean American golfer. He started his professional career at age of 17 by playing on Asian Tour with a win at 2002. He has a tendency to play with tiger woods and this lead him to move on No.17 at 2019 championship. He most recently won his 5th PGA Tour event at Sony Open Hawaii claiming a one stroke victory. Later in 2021 he finished his Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club, Georgia by standing at 3rd position and this won earned him $4,000,000 in FedEx Cup season.

46. Corey Conners
Age: 28 / OWGR: 54 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 27th

Corey Conners (January 6, 1992) is a Canadian golfer. He started his golf career in 2015 by playing in RBC Canadian Open. He earned a place at Web.Com Tour in 2017 by staying at top 45. He ended 130th FedEx Cup 2019 season with five spot out of full status. He stands second in PGA Tour championship in Oct 2018 by winning $475,200. He earned his sport Tour Championship in 2010 by finishing the 2019 regular season in 31st place with a first place price of $1,350,00. He continues playing his 2019-20 season and end up ranking with a position of 53rd at FedEx Cup. Recently he is qualified for 2020 summer Olympics in Tokyo.

45. Russell Henley
Age: 31 / OWGR: 57 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 28th

Russell Henley (April 12, 1989) is an American golfer. He started his professional career by playing at Soboba Golf Classic in Sep 2011. He won his second title of the year in Oct, 2012 and graduated from Web.com Tour to PGA Tour by standing 3rd on Money List in same year. He breaks Sony Open record by four shoots finishing at 256(-24) in January 2013, this win leads him an entrance to Masters and PGA championship. In March 2014, he won his second PGA Tour title by shooting two –over-par round of 72 in difficult situation at Honda Classic Florida. With this win he ranked in world’s top 50 golfers. At the 2021 U.S. Open, he finishes in a tie for 13th.

44. Jason Day
Age: 33 / OWGR: 43 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 76th

Jason Day (12 November 1987) is an Australian Golfer and PGA Tour winner of 2015 championship. He is a former World Number 1 player; achieving this ranking in September 2015. He won his first WGC title in 2014 and second time in 2016; with this win he joined Tiger woods as only multiple winner of WGC match play. He began playing at the age of six and is still in the game as of 2021. He has said that he will play professionally until he is at least 50.

43. Billy Horschel
Age: 34 / OWGR: 42nd / ’21 FedEx Cup: 77th

William John Horschel (December 7, 1986) is an American golfer he turned professional in 2009 and successfully gained a 2010 PGA Tour card through qualifying school. A wrist injury limited him till December 2010. In 2011 he finished the season 140th on money list permitting him provisional status for 2012. He finished his best at the 2012 Stadion Classic at UGA by standing 4th at web.com Tour. In 2013 he makes the best of his career by ranking 3rd at FedEx Cup and this victory opens the door to him for U.S. Championship, The Players Championship for 2014. In 2014 at BMW Championship he wins and ranked as 23rd world’s golfer this win lead him to 14th in the OWGR. In March 2021, he won the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play  the final. This was his first World Golf Championship victory.

42. Will Zalatoris
Age: 24 / OWGR: 59 / ’21 FedEx Cup: NA

William Patrick Zalatoris (August 16, 1996) is an American golfer. He turned professional in 2018 by playing at Korn Ferry Tour but failed to make a pro victory there. He couldn’t manage to make any status in 2019 but he secured the membership for LECOM Health Challenge and end up at ranking of season 60th in points, getting full status for 2020 season. He makes his 1st professional victory in 2020 by winning TPC Colorado Championship with one stroke on Korn Ferry Tour. He finishes by standing 2nd at 2021 Master Tournament.

41. Sergio Garcia
Age: 40 / OWGR: 46 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 10th

Sergio Garcia Fernandez (born 9 January 1980) is a Spanish golfer, plays for both the PGA Tour and the European Tour. He starts playing golf at the age of 3 and won his first club championship at 13. He was taught by his father Victor who was a professional golfer. He has won 36 international and 2017 Masters Tournament. He was a chairman of Spanish Football team at CF Borriol. During his all pro career he spent most of his time by ranking in top 10 of the Official World Golf Ranking, between 2000 and 2009. He reached his highest career ranking in 2008 by earnings more than US$43 million. He debuted on September 12th, 2010 in a match against Ribarroja CF.

40. Ryan Palmer
Age: 44 / OWGR: 30 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 71st

Ryan Hunter Palmer (September 19, 1976) is an American golfer, he start playing golf in 1995 at college level and turned professional by playing mini-tours from 2000-2002. In 2003 by playing Nationwide tour he finished 6th at money list and earn his 2004 PGA Tour card. His 1st and 2nd PGA Tour career wins came at 2004 and 2008 in wet rainy tough condition but this win lead his playing status for 2009-10 tour. He won his 3rd PGA tour title in 2010 and 4th career title at his hometown in May 2011. He faces up and down in his career during 2014-2016. In April 2019, Palmer won the Zurich Classic with teammate Jon Rahm.

39. Mackenzie Hughes
Age: 30 / OWGR: 49 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 34th

Mackenzie Hughes (November 23, 1990) is a Canadian golfer. He started his golf career by playing at Canadian Amateur Championship at 2011-2012, and ranked as no. one Canadian Amateur in 2011. He turned professional in 2012 by playing eGolf professional Tour and PGA Tour Canada. In June 2013, He won his first professional tournament at Cape Breton Celtic by this win he earned a Web.com Tour card for 2014. In the 2015 season on PGA Tour Canada, he earned Web.com Tour status for 2016 through Q School and won tour for the 2016–17 seasons. He became the first Canadian-born golfer to win on the PGA Tour in 2016 and was also a first rookie in over 20 years to win wire-to-wire. He held his highest finishing ranking at 2021 Open championship at U.S Open.

38. Jason Kokrak
Age: 35 / OWGR: 26 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 7th

Jason Kokrak (May 22, 1985) is an American golfer, started his professional career in 2010. He has six career professional victories, including four on the eGolf Professional Tour. He has played on the PGA Tour, on and off, since 2012.He spent most of his career well outside the top 100 in the Official World Golf Ranking but good enough to be one of the best players in the world. He’d won a few times on the sport’s lower-level tours but had never lifted a trophy on the PGA Tour. On October 18, 2020, he won the CJ Cup at Shadow Creek for his first PGA Tour victory after nine years. In May 2021, he won his second PGA Tour event at the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club Texas.

37. Marc Leishman
Age: 37 / OWGR: 29th / ’21 FedEx Cup: 130th

Marc Leishman (24 October 1983) is an Australian golfer currently playing on the PGA Tour. He started his professional career in 2005, won Rookie of year award on PGA Tour and become the first Australian to win this award. He won many junior tournaments and had successful amateur career. In 2006, winning two tournaments he keeps the order of merit at Von Nida Tour. He won his maiden title on 2008 and earned his PGA Tour card for the 2009 season. He had his career victories in 2009-2011 by winning PGA Tours and FedEx Cup in both seasons. In 2020 he won his fifth PGA Tour title by one stroke at Farmers Insurance Open. In April 2021, he won the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, partnered with countryman and Cameron Smith.

36. Lanto Griffin
Age: 32 / OWGR: 63 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 74th

Lanto Griffin (June 15, 1988) is an American golfer. He started his professional career in 2015-2016 by playing at PGA Tour and won the Virginia Open in 2015. He missed the Web.com Tour tournament qualification by just one stroke in December, 2016 but this failure lead him an entrance for 2017 tournaments as a reserve place in the reorder category. He won 2017 Nashville Golf Open tournament and became the first player on tour in 13 years to win the event. He secures his PGA Tour card for the 2017–18 seasons and finished 23rd on the regular season Web.com Tour. He had a great start to the 2019–20 PGA Tour season. On October 13, 2019, Griffin earned his first PGA Tour victory by winning the Houston Open.

35. Cameron Champ
Age: 25 / OWGR: 71 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 89th

Cameron Mackray Champ (June 15, 1995) is an American golfer. He started his professional career in 2017 by qualifying U.S. Open tournaments, and tied for 16th in the Web.com Tour for the start of 2018. For the 2018–19 PGA Tour season he earned his tour card for by earning $253,731 in the 2018 Web.com Tour regular season. He won his first PGA Tour title by winning the Sanderson Farms Championship with a score of -21 in October 28, 2018 and ranked as no.97 on world golf ranking into the 2019 calendar year. He is known for being longest hitters on PGA Tour. He became the second PGA Tour player On July 25, 2021; Champ scored a two stroke victory at the 3M Open.

34. Adam Long
Age: 33 / OWGR: 62 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 21st

Adam Long (September 25, 1987) is an American golfer. He started his professional career in 2010 by playing on different small tours before earning a status at PGA Tour Canada in 2014. From 2012-2017 he played 10 events on the Korn Ferry Tour and managed to keep himself in top 10 seven times. In 2018 he secured PGA Tour Card by standing 13th on money list and winning $192,463.He won his first PGA Tour event at the 2019 Desert Classic, and with this win he qualified for FedEx Cup, ultimately finishing in 69th and earning $1,648,007.

33. Sebastian Munoz
Age: 28 / OWGR: 60 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 46th

Juan Sebastian Munoz (4 January 1993) is a Colombian golfer. He started his professional career in 2015 by playing on PGA Tour where he won two tournaments on that series and that won lead him exempt status on the first half of the 2016 PGA Tour Latino America season. In 2016 while playing on a sponsor invitation he won web.com Tour that was the first win by a Colombian golfer on the Web.com Tour. He played his best finish in 2017 at Greenbrier Classic in July but unfortunately he failed to keep his PGA Tour card there. In 2018 he earned a promotion to the PGA Tour again by winning Web.com Tour with two 2nd-place finishes and a 3rd-place finish and end up 12th on money list. On 22 September 2019, he won his first PGA Tour tournament

32. Carlos Ortiz
Age: 29 / OWGR: 61 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 6th

Carlos Ortiz (24 April 1991) is a Mexican golfer. He started his professional career in 2013 and won Web.com Tour qualifying school  series in 1st and 2nd places. He won his second Web.com tour in 2014 and 3rd in 2015 by earning fully exempt status on the 2014-15 PGA Tour as a three-time, single-season winner and later voted for web.com Tour Player of the Year. He lost his this position in 2016 after a poor web.com tour season but regained his place on the PGA Tour after the 2018 season. He played best of 2018–19 PGA Tour and won his first PGA Tour event in November 2020 at Vivint Houston Open on the PGA Tour The win lead him to be invited to the 2021 Masters Tournament.

31. Justin Rose
Age: 40 / OWGR: 35th / ’21 FedEx Cup: 113th

Justin Peter Rose (30 July 1980) is an English golfer. He started his professional career in 1998 by playing as an amateur for Open championship. He faces so much problem and difficulties in early decades of his career. He make a partnership with a Japanese brand Honma between two decades but after his win to 2018 FedEx Cup, becoming the PGA Tour's season champion and earning a $10 million purse he left the Taylor made and break his partnership. He has won 10 PGA Tour and been in top- five at a major eight in his 22 year career. He is still keeping his membership on the European Tour.

30. Joaquin Niemann
Age: 22 / OWGR: 45 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 35th

Joaquin Niemann (7 November 1998) is a Chilean golfer. He started his professional career in 2017 and was ranked as no.one Amateur Golfer from May 2017 to April 2018. For 2018-19 seasons he earned a PGA Tour card, after a fourth top-10 finish in eight tournaments. He gets A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier in September 2019 for his 1st PGA Tour victory and become the youngest PGA Tour winner. In December 2019, he played on the International team and by 0–3–1 lost his match against Patrick Cantlay. Later in 2021 he made his first bogey and gets eliminated.

29. Paul Casey
Age: 43 / OWGR: 24 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 114th

Paul Alexander Casey (21 July 1977) is an English golfer and a member of the US-based PGA Tour. He started his professional career in 2001 by playing at European Tour and came 6th on the order of merit in 2003 at Benson International Open season. He didn’t win an individual title in 2004 but earned a membership at US based tour for the 2005 season and was the leader of the European Tour Order of Merit in 2006. In 2009 he achieved his highest position, third, in the Official World Golf Ranking. During 2012-2020 he won numerous titles and seasons by keeping himself as a member of PGA tour. In the 2021 seasons tournaments he claimed 15th European Tour victory and move back into the top 20 in the world rankings.

28. Adam Scott
Age: 40 / OWGR: 21 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 142nd

Adam Derek Scott (16 July 1980) is an Australian golfer and plays mainly on the PGA Tour. He started his professional career Scott through the 2000 season and earned his card for the 2001 European Tour season in start of his pro career. During the 2002-2007 he won different tournaments and seasons like PGA tour Nissan open, player championship and Asian tour. He faces challenges in his career during the era of 2008-2012 but he ranked as World No. 1 from mid-May to August 2014. 2013 Masters Tournament was his biggest win and the only Masters won by an Australian. He has won 31 professional tournaments during 2014-2020

27. Brendon Todd
Age: 35 / OWGR: 47 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 85th

Brendon Todd (July 22, 1985) is an American golfer plays on the PGA Tour and the Web.com Tour. He started his professional career by joining the Nationwide Tour in 2008 and won the Utah Championship by earning a spot on the PGA Tour in 2009. In 2009 PGA tour he made only 5 of 21 cuts, and did not earn a tour card for 2010. He won his 2nd Web.com Tour in 2013 and 1st PGA Tour event in 2014.The victory earned Todd a two-year tour exemption and ensured a first visit to The Masters in 2015.He won the Mayakoba Golf Classic for his second straight win On November 3, 2019.In 2020he ended his best finish in a WGC event.

26. Louis Oosthuizen
Age: 38 / OWGR: 22 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 32nd

Lodewicus Theodorus "Louis" Oosthuizen (19 October 1982) is a South African golfer started his professional career in 2002 at the age of 19. He won PGA Championship twice in 2007 & 2008. He won the 2010 Open Championship. He has completed runner-up in all four major championships: the 2012 Masters Tournament, the 2015 and 2021 U.S. Open, the 2015 Open Championship, and the PGA Championship in 2017 and 2021. His peak placing on the Official World Golf Ranking is fourth, which he gotten in January 2013. In May 2021he earned a second place at the 2021 PGA Championship and third place at the 2021 Open Championship at Royal St George's Golf Club.

25. Abraham Ancer
Age: 29 / OWGR: 23rd / ’21 FedEx Cup: 31st

Abraham Ancer (27 February 1991) is a Mexican golfer plays on the PGA Tour. He started his professional career in 2013 by playing for Web.com Tour in 2015 and won the Open championship. During the 2016-2017 seasons of FedEx Cup the rookie years of his career he didn't perform consistently, this sent him back to the Web.com Tour. He secures his PGA Tour card for the 2018 season during the 2017 Web.com Tour. He won the 2018 Emirates Australian Open and the 2021 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational for his first PGA Tour career victory.

24. Cameron Smith
Age: 27 / OWGR: 27 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 15th

Cameron Smith (18 August 1993) is an Australian golfer. He started his professional career in 2013 by playing at the PGA Tour of Australasia. He played 2014 Asian tour and tied for 5th. His best three events were during 2015-2016 where he earned Special Temporary Membership on the PGA Tour till 2015 season. He finishes as 157th in the FedEx points list in 2016.He Partnered with Jonas Blixt, and won the 2017 Zurich Classic of New Orleans. His biggest individual successes have been in winning the 2020 Sony Open in Hawaii and the Australian PGA Championship, he also was runner up in the 2020 Masters.

23.Tommy Fleetwood
Age: 29 / OWGR: 17 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 125th

Thomas Paul Fleetwood (19 January 1991) is an English golfer. He started his career by playing on the European Tour in 2010 and has won five times on the tour. 2011-2017 was his early struggling years of career which lead him an expertise at different international seasons. He successfully started in 2018 by winning Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship with two strokes. In 2019 he won three major victories of his career at European tour. In September 2021, Fleetwood played on the European team in the 2021 Ryder Cup and went 0–1–2 and tied his Sunday singles match against Jordan Spieth.

22. Hideki Matsuyama
Age: 28 / OWGR: 20 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 23rd

Hideki Matsuyama (25 February 1992) is a Japanese golfer and plays on the PGA Tour. Golf as a game was introduced by his father to him at the age of four and he started his amateur career in 2010 by securing a victory at Asian Amateur Championship with a score of 68-69-65-67=269. He turned professional in 2013by acquired his 3rd title at the Diamond Cup Golf tournament and entered in the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking. He had 16 worldwide wins, eight career top-10 finishes in major championships, and four Presidents Cup appearances. He is the only and first-ever Japanese professional golfer to win a men's major golf championship – the 2021 Masters Tournament.

21. Kevin Kisner
Age: 36 / OWGR: 25 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 26th

Kevin James Kisner (February 15, 1984) is an American golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. He started his professional career by playing mini-tours from 2007-2009 and Nationwide Tour full-time in 2010 ended up by earned his 2011 PGA Tour card. He couldn’t manage to earn enough money in 2011-2012 seasons but retain to earn 2014 PGA Tour card. During 2015-2018 he won PGA tour, FedEx Cup and the 2018 U.S.Open Championship by ranking into the Top 20 in the world golf rankings. On March 31, 2019, Kisner once again reached the championship round and won the tournament.in 2021 he won with a birdie on the second extra hole.

20. Scottie Scheffler
Age: 24 / OWGR: 31 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 92nd

Scottie Scheffler (June 21, 1996) is an American golfer and currently plays on the PGA Tour. He started his professional career in 2019 and earned his 2019 Web.com Tour card through qualifying school. During 2019 he won different championship tours and later the same year earned a title of Korn Ferry Tour Player of the Year. In August 2020, Scheffler finished tied for fourth at the 2020 PGA Championship. He won $528,000 in prize money in the tournament. In September 2021, Scheffler played on the U.S. team in the 2021 Ryder Cup and won his Sunday singles match against world number one Jon Rahm.

19. Tony Finau
Age: 31 / OWGR: 19th / ’21 FedEx Cup: 40th

Milton Pouha "Tony" Finau (September 14, 1989) is an American golfer and currently plays on the PGA Tour. He started his professional career at the age of 17 by playing mini-tours and National Pro Tour. He qualified for his first three majors in 2018 and makes a finishing tie for 10th place at the 2018 Masters. On October 28, 2018, he lost a game in the WGC-HSBC Champions but still won more than $1,000,000 by finishing second. In early 2021, he finished in the top 4 in all four tournaments that he entered and won the 2021 Northern Trust, beating Cameron Smith in a playoff.

18. Matthew Fitzpatrick
Age: 26 / OWGR: 16 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 108th

Matthew Thomas Fitzpatrick (1 September 1994) is an English golfer. He started his professional career in 2014 and win Irish open Tournament. This win leads him an entrance in 2015 European Tour where he stands at 11th place. During his whole career Season 2015 marked as a golden period of his victories as he earned 1st prize of £500,000 (€671,550) and ranked as the world top 100 for the first time with a ranking of 59.He finished his rookie season at 12th place in the final Order of Merit. From 2016-2018 he ranked as 32nd place in the Official World Golf Ranking, his best position to date. In December 2020, he won his second DP World Tour Championship, Dubai, and marked his first Rolex Series title.

17. Harris English
Age: 31 / OWGR: 28 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 18th

Harris English (July 23, 1989) is an American golfer and currently a member of the PGA Tour. He started his professional career in 2011 by playing at Nationwide Tour and earned his PGA Tour card for 2012 by finishing in a tie for 13th at the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament. He was a PGA Tour rookie back in 2012 and earned over $1.18 million to keep his tour card. In January 2021, English won three major championship and a PGA Tour history

16. Daniel Berger
Age: 27 / OWGR: 13 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 96th

Daniel Berger (April 7, 1993) is an American golfer. He started his professional career in 2013 and played four events at Web.com Tour ranked 15th in season and earned a promotion to PGA Tour for 2014-15 seasons. In 2015, he finished 11th in the FedEx Cup rankings, 25th on the money list (earning over $3 million), and was the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year. He won the FedEx St. Jude Classic in both 2016 and 2017 and moved in to 29th in the Official World Golf Ranking. He earned $1.1 million. In February 2021, he won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am; clinching victory with an eagle on the 18th hole.

15. Sung jae Im
Age: 22 / OWGR: 18 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 20th

Im Sung-Jae (30 March 1998) is a South Korean golfer. He started his professional career in 2015. In 2016-17 he played for Japan Golf Tour and finished 12th in the tour money list and 5th in the scoring average, led the regular season money list and was named Web.com Tour Player of the Year. He was Rookie of the Year for the 2018–19 PGA Tour, and got his first PGA Tour victory at The Honda Classic in March 2020 and moved to second place in the FedEx Cup standings.

14. Patrick Reed
Age: 30 / OWGR: 11 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 60th

Patrick Nathaniel Reed (August 5, 1990) is an American golfer and plays on the PGA Tour and the European Tour. He started his professional career in 2011 at the age of 20 after NCAA Championship. On the PGA Tour he has nine tournament victories, including one major championship, the 2018 Masters Tournament and also won two World Golf Championships, the 2014 WGC-Cadillac Championship and 2020 WGC-Mexico Championship. Through his performances in the Ryder Cup, he has acquired the nickname “Captain America”.

13. Tyrrell Hatton
Age: 29 / OWGR: 10th / ’21 FedEx Cup: 30th

Tyrrell Glen Hatton (14 October 1991) is an English golfer and plays on the European Tour and the PGA Tour. He started his professional career in 2012 and won Rookie of the Year in the same season. In 2012-13 he finished 10th on the 2013 Challenge Tour rankings to qualify for the 2014 European Tour. On the 9 October 2016, Hatton secured his first victory on the European Tour this win took him inside the top 35 of the Official World Golf Ranking, from 53rd. In November 2019, he won the Turkish Airlines Open with finishing the event at 20-under-par by claiming the title and the first prize of US$2,000,000. He has won six times on the European Tour also won the 2020 Arnold Palmer Invitational on the PGA Tour.

12. Matthew Wolff
Age: 21 / OWGR: 15 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 9th

Matthew Brandyn Wolff (April 14, 1999) is an American golfer and plays on the PGA Tour. He started his professional career in 2019 by playing at the Travelers Championship and won the 2019 NCAA Division I individual championship in same year, This victory gave him a two-year PGA Tour indemnity, in addition to $1.152 million in prize money. He picked up his first win on the PGA Tour at the 2019 3M Open. On In August 2020, he finished in a tie for fourth place at the PGA Championship, his first major championship appearance while his second top-five finish from his first two major championships earned him $1,350,000

11.  Viktor Hovland
Age: 23 / OWGR: 14 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 3rd

Viktor Hovland (18 September 1997) is a Norwegian golfer and plays on the PGA Tour. He started his professional career in 2019 at the Travelers Championship in June and gets an automatic entry to the 2019 Open Championship and became the first Norwegian to win on the PGA Tour. He is the only Norwegian to win on the European Tour by endearing the 2021 BMW International Open. He picked up his second and third PGA Tour wins when he won the 2020 and 2021 Mayakoba Golf Classic, also won the 2018 U.S. Amateur.

10. Webb Simpson
Age: 35 / OWGR: 6 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 42nd

James Frederick Webb Simpson (August 8, 1985) is an American golfer  who won the 2012 U.S. Open and the 2018 Players Championship on the PGA Tour .During his amateur career, he was a member of the United States' victorious 2007 Walker Cup and 2007 Palmer Cup teams. He started his professional career in 2008by playing on the Nationwide Tour where he finished in second place twice and get qualified for the PGA Tour at the 2008 PGA Tour Qualifying School. In 2011, he had his first two professional victories on the PGA Tour. These wins lead him second on the Tour's money list. He was also a member of the United States' victorious 2011 Presidents Cup, 2013 Presidents Cup and 2019 Presidents Cup teams.

9. Patrick Cantlay
Age: 28 / OWGR: 9 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 5th

Patrick Cantlay (March 17, 1992) is an American golfer. He started his professional career in 2012 at Travelers Championship, where he missed the cut. During 2013-2019 he won his 1st& 2nd PGA Tour title. He had a successful amateur career and was the number one golfer in the World Amateur Golf Ranking for 55 weeks. He has won six times on the PGA Tour as well as the 2021 FedEx Cup and a $15,000,000 season long bonus. He was voted the PGA Tour Player of the Year.

8. Collin Morikawa
Age: 23 / OWGR: 7 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 124th

Collin Morikawa (February 6, 1997) is an American golfer and plays on the PGA Tour. He started his professional career in 2019 at RBC Canadian Open where he tied for 14th place. He started his PGA Tour career with 22 consecutive made cuts, second only to Tiger Woods 25-cut streak. From overall his career look he has five PGA Tour wins – including two major championships, the 2020 PGA Championship and the 2021 Open Championship, winning both on his debut. In May 2018, he consumed three weeks as the top-ranked golfer in the World Amateur Golf Ranking.

7. Xander Schauffele
Age: 27 / OWGR: 8th / ’21 FedEx Cup: 13th

Alexander Victor Schauffele (October 25, 1993) is an American golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. He started his professional career in 2015 and achieved four wins since turning pro in 2015. His best major finish is T2 at both the 2018 Open Championship and the 2019 Masters. He won on the European Tour, the Olympic gold medal at the men's individual golf event and the 2020 Summer Olympics. He earned his Web.com Tour card in the finals in Florida in a tie for 45th.

6. Brooks Koepka
Age: 30 / OWGR: 12 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 12th

Brooks Koepka (born May 3, 1990) is an American golfer on the PGA Tour. He started his professional career in 2012 and he became World Number 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking for 47 weeks after winning the 2018 CJ Cup. He won the U.S. Open in 2017 and 2018, and the PGA Championship in same years, becoming the first golfer in history to hold back-to-back titles in two majors immediately. He played college golf at Florida State University. He earned his first major championship at the U.S. Open in 2017 at Erin Hills, Wisconsin. His 2018 victories in the U.S. Open and the PGA Championship were the first instance of that double since Tiger Woods in 2000.

5. Rory McIlroy
Age: 31 / OWGR: 4 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 37th

Rory McIlroy (4 May 1989) is a golfer from Northern Ireland. He has a membership for both the European and PGA Tours. He started his amateur career in 2007 and turned professional at European tour. He is a former world number one in the Official World Golf Ranking, standing at 100 weeks in that position during his career. He is a four-time major champion, winning the 2011 U.S. Open, 2012 PGA Championship, 2014 Open Championship, and 2014 PGA Championship; he is one of three players to win four majors by the age of 25.

4. Bryson DeChambeau
Age: 27 / OWGR: 5 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 2nd

Bryson James Aldrich DeChambeau (born September 16, 1993) is an American professional golfer. He has won eight times on the PGA Tour including one major championship, the 2020 U.S. Open. As an amateur, he befitted the fifth player in history to win both the NCAA Division I championship and the U.S. and an Amateur in the same year. With his U.S. Open victory he became the third player to have won those three championships and the sixth player to win both the U.S. Amateur and U.S. Open. Renowned for his analytical and scientific approaches to the sport, he has acquired the nickname of "The Scientist". In 2020, he became the longest driver on the PGA Tour.

3. Jon Rahm
Age: 26 / OWGR: 2 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 22nd

Jon Rahm Rodríguez (10 November 1994) is a Spanish golfer. After the U.S. Open, Rahm turned professional in 2016 Open Championship.  Rahm's surname originates from a Swiss ancestor who moved to Spain in the 1780s: his father is Basque, while his mother is from Madrid. His nickname is Rahmbo. He was the number one golfer in the World Amateur Golf Ranking for a record 60 weeks and later became world number 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking, first achieving that rank after winning the Memorial Tournament in July 2020. In June 2021, Rahm became the first Spanish golfer to win the U.S. Open.

2. Justin Thomas
Age: 27 / OWGR: 3 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 8th

Justin Louis Thomas (April 29, 1993) is an American golfer and plays on the PGA Tour and is former World Number One. He started his professional career in 2013 and earned a tour card on the Web.com Tour and won first professional event in 2014. In 2015 He finished 32nd at the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup, losing the Rookie of the Year award to Daniel Berger. In 2017, he veteran a breakout year, winning five PGA Tour events, including the PGA Championship, his maiden major championship, and also winning the FedEx Cup championship. In May 2018, he became the 21st player to top the Official World Golf Ranking.

1.Dustin Johnson
Age: 36 / OWGR: 1 / ’21 FedEx Cup: 1st

Dustin Hunter Johnson (June 22, 1984) is an American golfer and plays on the PGA Tour. He started his professional career in late 2007 by qualifying school in December and earned his first PGA Tour card by finishing a tie for 14th place. He has won two major championships, the 2016 U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club with a 4-under-par score of 276 and the 2020 Masters Tournament. He had previously finished in a tie for second at both the 2011 Open Championship and the 2015 U.S. Open. He has six World Golf Championships victories. In his 2020 Travelers Championship win, he became the third player in Tour history to win a Tour title in each of his first 13 seasons, he is one of the longest drivers on the PGA Tour, having been ranked in the top ten annually in 2015.
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